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Recovery from Exercise

Synopsis
Discusses the three main energy systems used by the human body to carry out physical acticity - the ATP-PC system, the lactic acid system and the aerobic system. Examines the workings of these systems and the effects of exercise on each of them, including raising temperature, fluid and mineral loss, breaking down of muscle tissue and delayed onset of muscle soreness. Various strategies and recovery techniques are suggested, including those incorporated into a cool down session after exercise - fluid and carbohydrate replenishment, active recovery and stretching.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of release
2005
Year of production
2005
Subjects
Biology; Sports science
Keywords
exercise physiology; human biology; energy systems (human)

Distribution Formats

Type
DVD
Format
Region 2 PAL
Price
£49.00 (DVD), £20.00 (1 Year Digital Licence), £49.00 (3 Year Digital Licence)
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
25 minutes
Year
2006

Type
VHS
Price
£34.00
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
25 minutes
Year
2006

Production Company

Name

Classroom Video

Notes
Classroom Video ceased trading in January 2015. Some of their assets including the streaming platform and our curriculum content have been acquired by ClickView. Around 160 DVD titles are available (or will be made available) through Boulton-Hawker.

Distributor

Name

Classroom Video

Notes
NB Classroom Video ceased trading in January 2015. Potential customers are directed to DVD sales enquiries are directed to sales@boultonhawker.co.uk and are asked to note that not all third party, or proprietary content which includes videos produced by VEA, Classroom Video, Online Classroom and Training Point will be available from Boulton Hawker. Streaming customers are asked to be aware that: All current licences will remain active for the duration of their license period (including embed links and clips that you have created) No streaming licence can be renewed after the existing license period has lapsed Classroom Video’s parent company VEA will manage existing streaming licences from a technical and administrative perspective. For all enquiries please contact support@vea.com.au

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